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... which is a good thing, save for an hour-late departure out of Miami, due, we were told, to a cosmetic issue on the aircraft, which required a mechanic (cosmetician), carrying a roll of duct tape. Customs and immigration were speedy at 11:30 at night. A red airport taxi delivered us to the reserved Hotel 1915, in Alajuela (ah-la-way-la) where we were met by a diminutive older lady with thinning jet-black hair that went almost to her knees. There was a kindness in her eyes, ...
... water. Some how standing in water and having that voltage above you seems like it could be real stimulating.
Everyone is constantly working on our spanish. Whether visiting the grocery market or getting to a bano in a hurry.
Tyler and Enoch kayaked around the island of the dead.
It's been great for our family to unwind and relax..sunrise is 5:30am and sunset is 5:30. We were tired yesterday so we went ...
... plastic cover who's title read "Teen Study Bible". Well I wasn't a teenager in years, but may as well have been judging by the condition of my health - mentally, emotionally, spiritually.
Odds are, if you have never opened up a Bible before, or if you open it up everyday, you'll land in the powerful book of Psalms. Read it. This was my hope, this was my comfort, this was my renewal. The previous 6 years of my wretched life came ...
Today is our last day of volunteering at Rainsong. We performed the usual animal care and feeding along with excess duties such as washing and cleaning the lower sanctuary fridges. We went back to the lodgehouse after a fast day of work. I headed back to the sanctuary early so that I could use Mary's shower since Nelson was up at the farm and we had more water problems. I even got to shave my legs! ...
... qualities of life, built around the inherent needs of the community? I have some ideas after serious reflection. If anyone is interested, they can read my final paper. :) Really, CRHF has the right intention and they are working in a much more sustainable way than many other NGOs that work with "the natives." It's just so tricky to determine what constitutes helping versus hurting.
Ultimately, the trip to Cabécar was ...
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